Originally Posted by stefanolima
I've fedora core 7,and I'm having trouble with displayed windows (independent of application) as the bottom of the windows is not visually accessible. By this, I can only click on the buttons at the bottom by 'guessing' with the help of TAB key.
Have you tried alt-dragging the window higher? Hitting "maximize window"? Resizing the window and dragging with the title bar?
Note - fedora 7 is legacy now. You must update or find your system increasingly incompatible. Particularly, compiz-fusion has improved considerably since, and its integration with recent distros is pretty smooth.
What shall I do so that I see the whole window? Tried to follow the above suggestion, but I couldn't locate 'Advanced Desktop Effects Settings'
How about System > Preferences > Desktop Effects (How do you control the effects?)
Possibly you do not have the control panel installed. Normally, this would be done via YUM. However - you have a legacy release.
fedora 10 is due in November, which is when fedora 8 support stops and fedora 9 enters it's pre-legacy phase.